CARLISLE, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Carlisle Police Department asked for the public's help in finding a 15-year-old girl that has been missing since Friday, March 18.
Police said that Eloa de Oliveira was last seen leaving Concord-Carlisle High School at around 12:15 p.m., wearing dark-colored shorts, a black jacket, black sneakers, and a black backpack. According to Carlisle Police Chief John Fisher, de Oliveira appeared to have gotten into a dark-colored sedan that was parked off school grounds.
The CPD said that de Oliveira had left a note that said she did not want to be in the area, and that she was staying in Carlisle temporarily.
Most leads in the investigation have come from Framingham, Braintree, and Malden, with missing persons posters shared in those areas, police said. Fisher said that the CPD is working with multiple agencies to locate de Oliveira, including Concord Police, State Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
“We continue to actively search for Eloa de Oliveira and are working with law enforcement partners in other communities to follow every lead,” said Chief Fisher. “We continue to ask that anyone who has contact with de Oliveira to call Carlisle Police immediately. We are committed to finding her so we can ensure her safety.”
Officials asked that anyone with information related to her whereabouts call the CPD at 978-369-1155.